Stoner to Repsol Honda impending

The worst kept secret in MotoGP is about to be uncovered (again)

Posted: 7 July 2010
by Visordown News

LOOK OUT: Exclusive MotoGP story from an 'unnamed inside source' no.145 has just emerged, with New Yoik (that's how they say it) website 'Hell, I'm Leathered' claiming Repsol Honda will today announce the totally unexpected news that Casey Stoner will be moving from Ducati to Repsol Honda in 2011.

HfL claims Stoner will join Dani 'the Pedrobot' Pedrosa in the Honda squad, while Italian sensation Andrea Dovizioso's future remains unclear.

Visordown has been told exclusively by an unnamed inside source that Hell's source is this man. Watch out! He's not to be trusted at any cost, particularly when a free bar's in the vicinity.

So, it's Stoner to Repsol. Well, I never. Next they'll be claiming Rossi's off to Ducati.

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Or maybe Repsol Honda will delay announcement considering Rossi is on track on an WSBK R1 and that will overshadow any announcement about any other rider

Posted: 07/07/2010 at 17:35

nicky will open his eyes and his prayers will be answered, "no more stoner in my team lord please. amen"

Posted: 07/07/2010 at 18:25

...TTFN Casey Moaner....

Posted: 07/07/2010 at 19:52

Who will win the dummy spitting contest, dani or stoner

Posted: 07/07/2010 at 22:03


Valentino Rossi - The True Champion of Motogp.

Valentino Rossi tested a Yamaha YZF-R1 superbike on his regular Misano Circuit that he knows so well, on the 7th of July, 2010, setting a lap time of 1 minute, 38.200 seconds, which is some 3 seconds off his normal best lap time. This goes to show that his confidence is not lacking. It is nice to get back on a bike after such a bad injury in only 4 weeks and do a reasonable lap time without the fear of further injury. This will give Valentino Rossi the strength and determination to build up on his strength at a faster pace knowing that his touch on the bike has not been lost. As a Champion he knows very well what he is capable of . He has now become The Patient as well as The Doctor. And his determination now must be on an even higher level than before. He should only return to Motogp racing when he really feels that he is at 100% and can win races against Lorenzo his team mate. Anything less will only be a disappointement to Valentino Rossi who is a true perfectionist in Motogp that is why we all love him so much. He is a true Champion in the true meaning of the word. Without him Motogp is not the same. Lorenzo can win races when there is no real competition for him. But when he has to race against Valentino Rossi he suddenly under considerable pressure. It would be nice to see how he reacts when Valentino Rossi returns to racing and puts Lorenzo under pressure, the want to win aginst the master. Lorenzo could fall off his bike and very quickly lose enough points for Valentino Rossi to be back in favour to win the 2010 Motogp Championships. Looking forward to Valentino Rossi's return to Motogp racing and if possible in Germany, the sooner the better.

Valentino Rossi's 2009 Misano track times were as following when he beat Lorenzo last year:

Practice 1 1'35.304 Rossi Position No.1
1'37.869 Talmacsi Position No.17

Practice 2 1'34.528 Rossi Position No.1
1'37.794 Talmacsi Position No.17

Qualifying 1'34.338 Rossi Position No.1
1'37.091 Talmacsi Position No.17

Warmup 1'34.894 Rossi Position No.1
1'37.371 Talmacsi Position No.17

Race 1'34.746 Rossi Position No.1
1'37.019 Talamacsi Position No.14

At an average speed of 273 km/hr.

Posted: 08/07/2010 at 01:16


Rossi is coming to Ducati.

he will accomplish his greatest championship next year.

Ducati the italian manufacturer will win wih the Italian Rider

this one is for Italy

too bad the japps can't produce a japanese rider to give them some pride

Posted: 08/07/2010 at 18:30

this man? Oh my life...

Posted: 13/07/2010 at 21:10

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